The organization’s goal is to provide an all-expense-paid vacation to young, qualifying families who have a child that has been diagnosed with cancer. Together Forever wants to give families who have received the life-shattering news that their child has cancer the opportunity to make memories that last a lifetime.
According to the foundation, “from 2010 to 2013, Ride the Ducks Branson hosted Skyler Sanders Day as an annual event to raise funds to assist kids battling cancer. In 2013, Ride the Ducks introduced a limited edition blue version of their famous Wacky Quackers in an effort to continue raising funds for the new foundation formed in Skyler’s name.”
Limited edition blue Wacky Quackers are available for purchase at the Ride the Ducks ticket window or inside the gift shop.
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Ride the Ducks is at 2320 W. 76 Country Blvd., Branson, just up the strip from Andy Williams Moon River Theatre.